Bus Éireann workers will return to work after spending the last three weeks on strike.
The all-out strike, by around 2,600 Bus Éireann workers, has been lifted, ending the public transport crisis.
The National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) and Siptu said their members were going back to work in time for the Easter holidays.
The majority of services will resume tomorrow.
They will be asked to vote on recommendations on redundancies, pay structures and reform of their duties and management which were issued by the Labour Court.
It is not all joy for Donegal commuters, though, with one of the reccomendations including the closure of a number of routes that serve rural areas – which is sure to have an impact on Donegal.
The long-running dispute between Bus Eireann workers and management was sent to the Labour Court after the two sides failed to reach a full agreement on all the issues after five days of intensive negotiations at the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC).Tags: